Staying on Top of Safety
Our Humble Heros
In the wake of the pandemic and with stay-at-home orders in place, victims were trapped with their abusers and as a result, domestic violence began to rise. Domestic violence programs all over Texas prepared for an increase in demand for services as the state enforced new mandates. Even with challenging restrictions and changing regulations, program staff continued to protect survivors while also prioritizing offender services. Setting aside their personal struggles, these advocates provided life-changing services every day. TCFV recognizes these humbles heroes and their unwavering dedication to this movement. We salute you, your selflessness, and your tremendous courage.
Beyond the Masks
As we slowly move forward toward a new normal, TCFV strives to provide effective ways for programs, partners, and survivors to receive the resources they need.
Hosting conferences and seminars that utilize new virtual platforms allows us to attract high profile speakers, eliminate travel costs, and increased access for participants.
Working closely with the health department, CDC, and meeting venues we will begin offering more in person events ensuring the safest possible environment for attendees.
Increasing our online presence provides users with virtual learning, streaming podcasts, digital toolkits, and other electronic resources.